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John Patten, Congregant The year is 2014 and I’m looking over my emails for the day. A new email popped up from Bob Mitchell, a high school classmate at Roosevelt High School in Des Moines, Iowa. Bob was keeping in contact with most of our class via email, but this
Rev. Toni Fish, Associate Minister Several years ago, I discovered Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s book Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?, published in 1967 and have shared a portion the last chapter on several occasions. In that chapter he observed that the most significant point of
Mike Obsatz, Congregant This is the season of shopping, buying, and spending. Commercialized Christmas has become the norm in America. Getting stuff, giving stuff, and wanting stuff. Enough about stuff. What really matters is compassion, connection, listening, loving, and being present. Our presence is the ultimate present. Nothing matters more
Rev. Toni Fish, Associate Minister How often do we find ourselves wanting something better, something bigger, something with more opportunity, money, stuff? And yet we walk through life listlessly day by day, saving our best efforts, our best enthusiasm and inspiration, for the next best thing that we feel we
Rev. Toni Fish, Associate Minister In every spiritual path I’ve studied, one of the main pillars is the practice of silence – whether it’s called prayer or meditation or contemplation or relaxation or mindfulness. It is the activity of being still, of heightened awareness, of feeling the Presence. This being
Mike Obsatz, Congregant see bio here Dr. Ernest Holmes, founder of the Science of Mind, shared his wisdom about shock absorbers in 1952, almost 70 years ago. He said he remembered a time before cars had very effective shock absorbers and how, when riding in a car he “bumped along the